Dean Lucas, C.R., B.Sc., M.Sc. Acadia, D.Phil. Oxon, F.C.I.C.; Professor of Chemistry
Associate Dean (Administration and Undergraduate) Gardner, G.A., B.Sc. Guelph, M.Sc., Ph.D. British Columbia; Associate Professor of Biology
Associate Dean (Research) Martin, G.M., B.Sc.(Hons.), M.Sc. Memorial, Ph.D. Australian National University; Professor of Psychology
Manager, Finance & Administration Gosse, Charles,
General Faculty of Science Regulations
Regulations Governing the General Degree of Bachelor of Science
Regulations Governing the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science
Joint B.Sc. Programs
Departmental Faculty Lists, programs, and Courses
Admission to certain major programs within the Faculty is limited and competitive.
Admission to all major programs within the Faculty is upon formal application to the department of the subject of major after completion of the admission requirements.
Unless otherwise indicated by the Departmental Admission Regulations as published in the University Calendar under departmental regulations, students upon formal application by Change of Academic Program Form, are normally admitted to the department of major program upon successful completion of 30 credit hours which must include:
a) Six credit hours in English courses
b) Six credit hours in Mathematics courses
c) Six credit hours in courses from each of two Sciences other than Mathematics.
Students seeking admission to departments with Departmental Admission Regulations
as indicated above must apply for admission on the appropriate Departmental
Application for Admission Form upon completion of the specified admission
LIMITED ENROLMENT COURSES
Certain course offerings in the Faculty of Science will be identified as
being Limited Enrolment Courses and will be clearly identified as such in
the University Timetable. Students who have registered for a Limited Enrolment
Course must confirm their registration either (1) by attending at least
one of the first three hours of lecture in the course and the first meeting
of any laboratory section of the course; or (2) by notifying the department
in writing within the first five university working days of the semester.
Students who do not confirm their registration may be dropped from the course
on the recommendation of the Head of Department.
REGULATIONS TO GOVERN SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATIONS IN THE DEPARTMENTS OF BIOCHEMISTRY, COMPUTER SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS, AND PHYSICS AND PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
1) Supplementary examinations will be allowed in certain of the Biochemistry, Computer Science, and Physics and Physical Oceanography courses, and all Mathematics and Statistics courses which have written final examinations. In each course, students will be informed as to the possibility of a supplementary examination during the first week of classes. This information will be provided in writing, as part of the evaluation scheme for the course.
2) Supplementary examinations will be similar in length and degree of difficulty as the original final examination.
3) Students who wish to write supplementary examinations must apply in writing to the department within one week of release of grades.
4) A student who has clear or conditional standing may write a supplementary examination in a course if the final grade obtained is 45-49F and if his or her term mark is at least 50%.
5) In order to pass the course, the student, must pass the supplementary examination. If the student passes the supplementary examination, then a new grade will be calculated using the same weighting scheme as used in the course, but with the result of the supplementary examination replacing that of the original final examination. Any additional course requirements, including a requirement to pass the laboratory component of a course, will continue to apply.
6) If the new course grade is higher than the original, it will replace the original grade on the student's transcript, subject to the condition that the final mark will not exceed the student's term mark. The student's transcript will indicate that the course result was earned as the result of a supplementary examination.
7) Supplementary examinations will be written no later than the first week of the semester immediately following the one in which the course was failed. Normally they will coincide with the writing of deferred examinations. Grades for supplementary examinations will be submitted to the Office of the Registrar within one week following the commencement of classes for that semester.
8) A student may write a supplementary examination for any one registration
in a course only once; if the course result following the supplementary
examination is a fail then the course must be repeated in order to obtain
WAIVER OF REGULATIONS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Where circumstances warrant, any prerequisite or prerequisites listed in Departmental Regulations may be waived by the Head of the Department. Any Department Regulations may be waived by the appropriate Committee on Undergraduate Studies upon request of the Head of the Department concerned.
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